Supporting Young People (18+) and People with Disabilities

Independence, choice and equality

Allthough our name doesn't suggest it, our services are also available to young adults and people with disabilities in the local community.  We aim to create a sociable environment for all of our clients which can enable them to develop their skills, maintain their independence and more importantly increase their self-confidence.  Our aim is to provide quality home care for disabled people involving care for those with Physical Disabilities and/or Learning Disabilities, aswell as people with behavioural difficulties.

Aswell as the care we provide, we have great links with organisations and health professionals, which ensures that an appropriate care package is designed so they can maintain their independence at home. Whether they need respite care, home care, help around the house, companionship care, 24/7 live in care, or intensive personal care, we are able to meet all of those needs and more.

Clients and CAREGivers are matched to one another based on shared common interests, and are intorduced to one another prior to the care package beginning. This can be important for our clients who may feel vulnerable if a care company simply sends in a person without introducing them (for the client this person could simply be a stranger to them).  Through clear introduction, matching and recognition of the CAREGiver an immediate connection can be created between a client and a CAREGivers. 

Clients whenever possible, will usually have the same CAREGiver for each visit, so we can reinforce that element of trust and create a strong friendship. We understand how important this is for anyone receiving support and particularly for people with Autism and learning disabilities. 

If the client is living with their family, then providing this care can enable the main family CAREGiver to received some much needed respite. 

To you, it’s about getting the help you need. To us, it’s personal.